Big games and even bigger winnings are on the cards this week as the games in Europe’s elite competition gear up to showcase Man United v Valencia, Napoli v Liverpool and many more, with the main highlight of the round being Tottenham v Barcelona.
Manchester United v Valencia – H 1.65 (7/11) D 3.80 (14/5) A 5.90 (49/10)
It may not seem like it at first glance, but this is a perfect match to bet on. That’s because Man United are under huge pressure to perform well following their string of bad games in the Premier League. The pressure will be even greater as they’re set to play in front of their home support against Valencia, so they might be prone to make mistakes.
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That’s why a draw could be on the cards for this match, especially since the Spanish side will bring a quality of their own as they’ll attempt to take advantage of Man United’s poor performances lately. Online sportsbooks in UK are backing the Old Trafford side, but we wouldn’t be so sure about that, so we’re going with a draw.
All you have to do is read the news every other day about the discord in the United dressing room (especially the feud between Mourinho and Pogba) and you’ll know on whom to place your bet on.
Napoli v Liverpool – H 3.50 (5/2) D 3.60 (13/5) A 2.05 (12/11)
This encounter is one of the bigger ones or round 2, which is sure to be a thrilling game to watch. Liverpool head into the game looking for another victory after thrashing PSG 3-2 in their opening Champions League campaign. Despite drawing against Chelsea over the weekend, the Reds are enjoying impeccable form that has seen them clinch six straight wins until the last Premier League round.
Napoli boast a fearsome squad themselves that can inflict damage to the opposition at any moment, but as long as Juventus are in Serie A, we see them as always finishing in second, behind their arch rivals. Jurgen Klopp’s side are serious trophy contenders this season, both domestically and in Europe. With the way they’ve been playing, we’re going to back to collect the 3 points against Napoli.
Tottenham v Barcelona – H 3.50 (5/2) D 3.80 (14/5) A 2.00 (1/1)
Barcelona will travel to Wembley Stadium this week to face Tottenham, but there’s uncertainty surrounding both sides. The Spurs are facing off-field issues concerning their new stadium, but more importantly, their on-field performances have been brought into question by pundits, suggesting that they lack the creativity this season, despite sticking with the same players.
Barcelona on the other are enduring a slump in La Liga; over the last three rounds they’ve drawn twice and lost once. That’s why online sportsbooks in Spain are giving Tottenham higher odds for their Champions League encounter on Wednesday. We think this could go either way, so it might be safe to bet on a draw with a potential win for the Catalans. More on the best Spurs vs Barca betting odds here!
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